Jason Momoa speaks at Warner Bros. Pictures "The Big Picture" at 2017 CinemaCon on March 29, in Las Vegas.
Jason Momoa speaks at Warner Bros. Pictures "The Big Picture" at 2017 CinemaCon on March 29, in Las Vegas. Dan Steinberg Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP
Jason Momoa speaks at Warner Bros. Pictures "The Big Picture" at 2017 CinemaCon on March 29, in Las Vegas. Dan Steinberg Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP

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  • 'Everybody's history is important' says Confederate group

    The Sons of Confederate Veterans say that they come to the N.C. State Fair to educate people about Southern history and heritage, not to promote hatred. They meet people, give out stickers and sell merchandise at the State Fair in Raleigh on Oct. 19, 2017.